[Larry Page] Link Value in a Penguin & Panda World
    The first and most well-known is PageRank, named for Larry Page (Google’s co-founder and CEO). PageRank works by counting the number and quality of links to a page to determine a rough estimate of how important the website is. These sites usually have high DA (Domain Authority) and PA (Page Authority) and are not in the business of circulating bad information or using their user base to serve ads.
    [Larry Page] Why digital-native media will (almost) always win
    Larry Page: "I think we probably missed more of the people part of [search] than we should have" [link]. Tech News and Analysis. Events. GigaOM.tv. Research. Apple. Broadband. Cleantech. Cloud. Collaboration. Media. Mobile. Video. gigabarb : The next wave of iOS apps? Creativity tools [link]. Pulse. Follow us on Twitter. -->. Why digital-native media will (almost) always win. By Mathew Ingram. 3, 2012, 3:22pm PT. 11 Comments. Tweet.
    [Larry Page] 5 Steps to Link Building with Widgets
    Development Guidelines for Widgets A widget should be well designed, load quickly, and be lightweight from a code perspective so that it doesn’t slow the load of the page. The key to making the widget useful for SEO (including links) is making the widget visible to the search engines as part of the hosting page. Make the widget as code light as possible to keep the page load speed of the host page strong. Create a standalone page on your site for the widget.
    [Larry Page] Introducing Zite, the iPad's Smartest Magazine Yet
    Sure, it looks cool — enter your Twitter name and Facebook account, and it turns those feeds into a magazine, complete with gorgeous photos, headlines and virtually flippable pages. That academic know-how is part of Zite’s DNA in the same way that Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s graduate project in computer science at Stanford gave birth to Google.
    [Larry Page] Signal, Curation, Discovery
    Instead of using the site as the discrete unit of discovery, it used the page - a specific unit of content. Its core algorithm, after all, was called PageRank - yes, named after co-founder Larry Page, but the entendre stuck because it was apt). Not to mention, Facebook wasnt a very lively place to discover whats up, at least not until the newsfeed was forced onto the home page. Thats because that search bar only searches whats on your page, not all of Tumblr itself.
    [Larry Page] Web Squared: Web 2.0 Five Years On: Web 2.0 Summit 2009 - Co-produced by TechWeb & O'Reilly Conferences, October 20 - 22, 2009, San Francisco, CA
    The Web is no longer a collection of static pages of HTML that describe something in the world. In 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin had a breakthrough, realizing that links were not merely a way of finding new content, but of ranking it and connecting it to a more sophisticated natural language grammar. Larry Page and Sergey Brin realized that a link is a vote. Home Invitation Web 2.0 Summit Invitation Conference About Web 2.0 Summit Web 2.0